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Open config file and u will get the details

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You mean what is the MAX Ram you can out into the system . To up grade. need to know the model number Year it was made . Go to the apple Icon go to About this mac. get the details , And then you can search the web for up grade. You can just take it to apple . but you also on some macs , put the ram in your self and buy ulternitive. Fist need to know what model and year. Most before 2011 to up to 4 After that 8 GB of ram.

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Installed 2 - 1 gb ddr2 pc2-5300 667 mhz dual channel memory kit matched pair memory sticks in my imac model 7,1 20 inch computer and it will not boot - I tried using them one at a time and neither worked...


I'm afraid it has to do with Apple's firmware on iMacs. A compatible 3rd party memory dealer is RAMJET.
From their website, you can see:
Apple Computers have proven too demanding for generic PC memory modules. Apple users have been forced to either pay Apple's high prices for upgrades, or buy 3rd party modules and be subjected to system crashes, boot failures, and sub-par performance. Worse still, most 3rd party vendors had no idea that Apple machines demanded a higher standard.
At Ramjet, we start with modules built 100% to Apple's original specifications, but we don't stop there. In our compatibility center, we have a comprehensive array of Apples, every platform built since 1996. Other memory companies try to test for Apple compatibility using generic RAM module testers, whereas we test our RAM in the same Mac you're upgrading.

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How do i get my mac to save a video? It keeps telling me there is not enough memory and I have deleted everything I could from the memory.


When your computer says memory, it might not mean hard disk space. There are two main types of memory in a computer, the hard disk and the RAM. The hard disk stores all of your programs and data, but is slow to access. The RAM holds all the information about what you're doing at the moment, and is vital for working with videos. Could you let me know how much Hard Disk space you have, and how much RAM is installed in your iMac? You can find the amount of spare hard disk space at the bottom of any finder window, and you can find out how much RAM is installed by viewing Apple -> About this Mac.
Hope that helps, if you let me know those numbers I'll be able to help you a bit more.

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Take your RAM chips out and re-insert. Sometimes they get jostled out of position. If that don't help, then replace the RAM chips with new ones that you know work. Also, the RAM your using may not be enough memory. Then the next culprit would be a failing hard drive, so replace it and re-install the OS. The next expensive culprit would be the logic board has given up the ghost.

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Try taking out the RAM chips and re-inserting firmly. Nothing? Try re-installing the operating system. Nothing? Try replacing the hard drive and then re-installing the operating system. Nothing? Try replacing the RAM with new higher memory RAM. Nothing? Your fu.kd and need to take the thing in for more thorough inspection by the Apple dorks.

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Apple has made a support guide for this: Apple Support Guide.
The memory you are looking for is going to be; DDR2 SDRAM / 240-pin / 533 MHz / PC2-4200
The support guide shows you how to install the RAM into the iMac G5.

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It's possible that the new RAM is incompatible with your motherboard. Check board specs to see list of supported RAM & check against what you have. Hope this helps.

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Have you tried switching the RAM cards? What happens?

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Your memory most likely hasn't physically gone anywhere. There's two possibilities:

1) You've mistakenly confused the 1.33GHz processor speed as 1.33GB RAM. Not sure that 1.33GB RAM is possible on these, as there was always 256MB RAM soldered on the motherboard, and maximum you could add would have been 1024MB (1GB) extra. That would still yield only 1280MB, though.

2) You did have 1.33GB RAM at some point previously, and the RAM chip installed in there has failed. Usually when this happens, the computer will tell you with a service tone (or series of service tones) at startup instead of the usual boot chime.

Hope this helps :)

Charles

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how much ram? what windows version? windows Vista 32bit will not support more than 3GB

boot up and go into CMOS see if the memory shows up there, sometimes you have to go into CMOS and SAVE

hope this helps
thanks for the rating

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